Uniqlo is stepping up its fundraising efforts in the wake of the Japanese earthquake disaster. The retailer has joined forces with Condé Nast Japan to launch a range of 10 T-shirts to help benefit the Japanese Red Cross. The initiative involves T-shirt designs from Karl Lagerfeld, Lady Gaga,...

- Participating Artists: Lady Gaga Karl Lagerfeld Nicole Kidman Gwyneth Paltrow Alber Elbaz Victoria Beckham Charlize Theron Orlando Bloom Cyndi Lauper Blake Lively - T-shirt On-Sale Date: June 25, 2011 The 11 countries and regions where the charity T-shirts will go on sale at UNIQLO...

Lady Gaga wears clear plastic pants. Photo: Getty Images Oh, is it warm out there, Lady Gaga? Are you, perhaps, in need of a fan? Would you possibly be less toasty if you weren't wearing, say, shower curtains? Ok. Yes. They may not be fash-shower curtains (and we might not have even thought...

Not even being Pregnant can stop Victoria Beckham wearing high heels. A-list celebrity and Fashion Designer, Victoria Beckham, was recently spotted on a rare occasion, looking decidedly casual in LA as she kicked a ball around with her youngest son Cruz. Although Victoria probably wasn't her...

becoming a designer, collaborating with Uniqlo. Besides her Gaga's fondness for Japan, it is fun and exciting to see efforts by designers and celebrities all ready to work towards helping Japan recover from the impact of the Earthquake. Other collaborators include Karl Lagerfeld, Gwyneth...

The high profile celebrities include Lady Gaga, Karl Lagerfeld, Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Kidman, Alber Elbaz, Blake Lively, Charlize Theron, Cyndi Lauper, Victoria Beckham, and Orlando Bloom. The shirts will retail for $19.90 and are available starting June 25.

16 seconds if you google "Karl Lagerfeld muse" and as seething as Leighton Meester or Mischa Barton must be that they were ALMOSTSOCLOSE (the former much more than the latter, let's be honest), I maybe go to bed each night wishing, hoping, praying, idolatry-ing that one day I'll wake up and be...

UNIQLO has teamed up with Condé Nast Japan and a high profile roster of designers to create ten limited edition tees to support the Japanese Red Cross. The collection features words of encouragement and unique designs from the likes of Lady Gaga, Karl Lagerfeld, Alber Elbaz, Victoria...

Karl Lagerfeld, Alber Elbaz, Victoria Beckham are just a few of fashion's finest who have teamed up with Uniqlo to 'Save Japan'. Earlier this year Japan's biggest retailer teamed up with the Japan editions of Vogue and GQ to recruit a host of fashionable names to design a range of T-shirts...

After the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, many celebrities celebrities are tweeting about the devastation. Lady Gaga was the first to come out with a fund-raising project to offer some help to Japan's earthquake and tsunami victims. She has designed a bracelet (stamped we all pray for Japan)...

 

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